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Embracing the inflationary narrative (in the short term)

By Juan Valenzeula, Fund Manager, Fixed Income Team, Artermis

Embark Adviser newsletter

Are growth and inflation back and set to stay? Read why a temporary increase in inflation should not be confused with a persistent pricing problem.

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Building enduring client relationships through professional risk management

By Asim Javed, Alpha Beta Partners

Embark Adviser newsletter

Bull markets breed investor complacency. Comforted by market euphoria, investment managers and financial advisers often forget lessons learned from previous downturns and high-risk trades tend to become more commonplace.

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COP26: The last chance saloon

By Stephanie Kelly, Head of Asiri, Aberdeen Standard Investments

Embark Adviser newsletter, ESG

We identify why progress towards the Paris goals has been insufficient and what needs to change in Glasgow in November 2021 to put things right.

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UK equities: which side are you on?

By Andrew Millington, Head of UK Equities, Aberdeen Standard

Embark Adviser newsletter

It feels like the investment world is divided into two camps at the moment. Are you a quality/growth investor or a value investor? You’re one or the other, so pick your team. And that’s as true in the UK equities market as anywhere else, right now.

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BlackRock: Why UK equities? Why not?

By Embark Group Administrator

Embark Adviser newsletter

As UK equity investors we often allude to the attractions of the UK equity market for long term investors. Despite key attractions, the UK market has certainly faced its fair share of challenges over recent years, and has underperformed global equity markets more broadly. BlackRock believe that now could be the time for investors to seriously consider the opportunity offered by the UK.

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Zettabytes of cash - is it time to rethink data?

By Harry Waight, Portfolio Manager, BMO General Asset Management

Embark Adviser newsletter

People have competed since time immemorial for resources or precious commodities. But throughout much of history, those most sought after were physical. Today perhaps the most precious resource of all is one you can’t even lay your hands on: data. And some of the largest, most profitable companies ever built specialise in collecting, moving, storing, studying and deriving insight from this data. They sit on digital goldmines.

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